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to describe with a word or term

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describe or portray the character or the qualities or peculiarities of

be characteristic of

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Previous attempts to characterize geographic distributions of species in the disease realm have demonstrated the potential of the approach but have not always used the most powerful inferential techniques available (14,15).
Characterize disease occurrence in terms of etiologic heterogeneity, disease pathogenesis, or by identifying biological targets for understanding gene-environment interactions and novel approaches to therapeutic intervention.
A typical parallel-plate instrument used to characterize thermosets and thermoplastic melts requires disposable plates.
As a result, a sense of mellifluent monotony is achieved and paired with an unmistakable improvisatory quality that characterizes most Greek folk music.
Data mining serves as an automated tool that uses multiple advanced computational techniques, including artificial intelligence (the use of computers to perform logical functions), to fully explore and characterize large data sets involving one or more data sources, identifying significant, recognizable patterns, trends, and relationships not easily detected through traditional analytical techniques alone.
But how they related this belief to obedience is far more difficult to characterize in any common way.
I have always found it difficult to characterize hard disk drives as commodity items.
Bray creates italicized sentences and inserts quotation marks to characterize what I, in fact, did not write.
Some state parties have sought erroneously to characterize the challenge inspection process as tantamount to an abuse of political power.
Similar racial and ethnic differences characterize recent testing: Twenty percent of blacks have been tested for HIV within the past 12 months, compared with 12% of Hispanics and 8% of whites.
This theory is then used when we employ static laser light scattering (SLS) to carefully characterize both the high molecular weight polyurethane substrate and the isolated enzymes, and time resolved laser light scattering (TRSLS) to determine the absolute rate of degradation and to characterize enzymes believed to hydrolyze polyurethane.
Instead, the normal tracing rules are used to characterize the interest according to the purpose of the loan.
The essays collected in this volume illustrate the diversity and complexity that have come to characterize feminist theological scholarship.
Organization Theory (OT) offers paradigms to study the forces and dynamics operating in organizations; (2) it is an effective tool to discover the commonality of seemingly disparate and contradictory changes that characterize contemporary health care.
Farrell, the Wright who can be reconstructed from these interviews is, much to the contrary, a surprisingly buoyant, warm, and engaging personality whom Kinnamon and Fabre rightly characterize as "a pleasure to know" (xiii).